In the 1980s, when most people were in their 30s, people were more aware of the dangers of overdraft fees.
As a result, many of us began thinking about our financial futures with a certain amount of foresight.
Today, the risk is much greater, as the amount of money in the bank accounts of Americans has more than doubled since 2000.
But with foresight comes a responsibility to understand your options, and in some cases, it can be hard to see where to begin.
That’s where our guest, a leading financial advisor, can help.
Today’s experts: A look at the biggest risk factors for the 2020s This story originally ran on TechRadars First Look on September 27, 2018.